The company, which launched the vehicle in July, has received over 40,000 bookings and is trying to reduce the waiting period.
"When we launched the Creta, we were planning for about 6,000 units a month from July to December but considering the response, we have decided to increase by another 1,000 units from September by working together with our suppliers," HMIL Senior Vice-President Sales and Marketing Rakesh Srivastava said.
"We are sold out till December and we have decided to increase the output in order reduce the waiting period for our customers," he added.
Commenting on the response to the new model, he said even the launch, Creta had received 15,000 bookings.

HMIL had reported its highest ever monthly sales in domestic with 40,505 units last month as compared with 33,750 units in August 2014, up 20.01 percent.


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